About Stackpole Walled Gardens
The 6 acre walled garden on the Stackpole Estate was created around 1770 to provide vegetables and fruit for Sir John Campbell (Lord Cawdor) and his family. The garden has been leased from the National Trust since 1987 to provide local adults with learning disabilities, practical experience and qualifications in horticulture.
The freshest home-grown fruit and vegetables in season are for sale in our garden shop and "pick your own" soft fruit is available during the summer months.
Cawdors Tea Room offers a selection of refreshments and light bites using homegrown and the best of Pembrokeshire produce.
Facilities: Garden, shop, tea room, conveniences
Open from December to December.
Gardens & Tea Room open 10am – 5pm March – October
See web site for winter opening
- Open All Year
- Baby Changing
- Disabled Access
- Disabled Toilet
- Free Admission
- Groups welcome
- Pembrokeshire Produce
- Parking (free)
Directions: Take the B4319 out of Pembroke and follow the signs to Bosherston. Drive through St Petrox past the church then carry on until you reach the Bosherston junction at Sampson Farm. Take a sharp left following our sign. Straight down the lane until the car park entrance on the left.